Our local MQG participated in the Madrona Road Challenge. I already had a fat 8ths bundle from Westwood Acres so I was able to pair that with the new fabric I received from the challenge. The specific challenge for our guild was triangles. We could make anything as long as it incorporated triangles. I've wanted to try this simple design for a while and decided this was a perfect project.
I did wavy lines for my quilting using my free motion foot. I've done something similar in the past, but using my walking foot. This went much faster and the results were almost identical.
While I think this fabric is really pretty, I didn't want to keep any for my stash. The blues are not the shade I usually use. There are only a few fabrics that I know I could use in future stash quilts. I just sewed all my scraps together with the leftover fat 8ths for the back and used a light grey for the background.
This was a fun project, but I'm not sure what to do with it now. It's a large baby quilt, but with the blue and yellow, it's pretty non-traditional. It's not a boy quilt, but it's not really a girl quilt as well. I might hold onto it for the perfect recipient. It's always nice to have a couple baby quilts on hand.